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Re: RE : [GLOBAL-L] In defense of Wikileaks

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Do you think Wikileaks learned from that mistake in the Iraq War release?

On 10/27/10 7:16 AM, Stephen Doig wrote:
> I agree with Drew here. Wikileaks can be a useful service, but it isn't doing journalism any more than a file cabinet full of files is doing journalism. A key element of most journalism codes of ethics is to avoid doing harm if possible. I see no reason why Wilileaks felt it necessary to release the Afghan files without redacting the identities of those who will now be targeted. I can't support that behavior.
>
> Steve Doig
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> Stephen K. Doig, Knight Chair in Journalism
>      Cronkite School of Journalism, Arizona State University
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>     Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, Fall 2010
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>
>
>
> On 10/27/10 11:55 AM, "Drew Sullivan"<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
>
> This is a tough one.  Is Wikileaks journalism?  No.  Not really.
>
> A journalist would try to mitigate harm.  They'd also assess what is in the public's interest.  Just because I have information, doesn't mean I release it.
> We don't provide social security or ID numbers in stories.
>
> If it has been brought to their attention that records could cause the death of people, Wikileaks should assess these documents to see what the public interest is and maybe withhold some documents. How would the Wikilieaks staff feel if I published all their personal information and documents?  They'd say it isn't news and its unncessary.  I think that could be the same argument the Pentagon is making.
>
> They're in a new territory here.  They are not a news organization -- they're a giant data dumping ground.  But I think you do have to consider how to mitigate harm without withholding important information from the public.  So do we defend him?  Ohhh.  Thats tricky.  I am not sure I can without that caveat.
>
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> Drew Sullivan
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> From: agendia aloys [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 9:44 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [GLOBAL-L] RE : [GLOBAL-L] In defense of Wikileaks
>
> There is the absolute need for the media to stand by Assange.
> What puzzles me is that some of the these manipulative media
> have instead been focusing on "whether the leaks put at risk American, co-alition
> and a few iraqi lives". They even went as far as asking readers' opinion about this,.
>
> I think  it is being  too cunning on the part of the media. The media should  have  been asking if Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Blair, Powell etc should be prosecuted for war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, rape, exploitation, aggression etc.
>
>   The media should be asking about the complicit silence of the so-called International War Crimes at the Hague and even other bodies of the UN. The media should have explored the documents rather than makes funny commentaries/"news" of the "OPINIONS" of so called leaders.
>
> The continuous broadcast of the opinion of these war-mongers  and creators of terrorists, will subsequently lead the general population to believing that their crafty way of doing things or views  of these aristocrats were indeed fact, whereas they have NEVER been.
>
> What Wikileak has revealed is no opinion. On the contrary, they are FACTS. Let's explore the facts and make news of them from different angles.
>
> Thank God, there are still a few lik John Pilger, Noam Chomsky on whom some of us budding development communicators/journalist can look as models.
>
> I definitely side with WIKILEAKS on this.
>
> agendia
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> From: HUNTER Mark<[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sent: Tue, October 26, 2010 10:00:25 PM
> Subject: [GLOBAL-L] RE : [GLOBAL-L] In defense of Wikileaks
>
> A statement that reporters and organisations can sign. My piece below may help get started.  I can't write it alone right now.  Who's there?
>
> Mark Lee Hunter
> Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
> Docteur en Sciences de l'Information de l'UniversitÚ de Paris 2
> Portable: (+33) [0]6 27 81 00 87
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>
>
>
> -------- Message d'origine--------
> De: Lucy Komisar [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Date: mar. 26/10/2010 20:59
> └: [log in to unmask]
> Objet : Re: [GLOBAL-L] In defense of Wikileaks
>
> I agree. What do you suggest we do?
> Lucy Komisar
> thekomisarscoop.com/<http://thekomisarscoop.com/>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: HUNTER Mark [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 2:15 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [GLOBAL-L] In defense of Wikileaks
>
> The New York Times reported on Sunday that Julian Assange of Wikileaks, whom
> many of you know, is living like a hunted outlaw these days, and perhaps
> worst of all, may soon be the target of espionage charges filed in the US.
> Such charges would be a dreadful precedent and an attack on all of us.  The
> Times reported:
>
> "Pentagon and Justice department officials have said they are weighing his
> actions under the 1917 Espionage Act. They have demanded that Mr. Assange
> "return" all government documents in his possession, undertake not to
> publish any new ones and not "solicit" further American materials."
> (http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/24/world/24assange.html?_r=1&th&emc=th)
>
> Folks, if it is espionage to publish documents provided by whistleblowers,
> then it is industrial espionage to publish documents from business
> whistleblowers too.  It is not our job to keep secrets for governements or
> organisations that cannot keep them on their own.  Nor is it our job to hide
> their misdeeds and mistakes, which is usually what they want to keep secret.
>
>
> Julian Assange does not play by the same rules we play by; our concepts of
> source protection and discretion are not identical.  Granted.  But on this
> matter, he deserves our support, because Wikileaks is furthering
> transparency at a moment when governments are shrinking it.    I don't see
> how we can invite this guy to our conferences and not say a thing at a time
> like this.
>
> Best to all,
>
> Mark Lee Hunter
> Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
> Docteur en Sciences de l'Information de l'UniversitÚ de Paris 2
> Portable: (+33) [0]6 27 81 00 87
>
>
>
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